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Trump Hits 20M Followers On Twitter Inc…. But Is Still Way Behind Obama (TWTR)

Avid Twitter user Donald Trump now has over 20 million followers on the platform which is behind these Twitter users... More 

Analysts Love Facebook Inc (FB) Stock for All the Right Reasons

Although 2016 wasn't Facebook's strongest year, not a single analyst marks it down as a stock to sell. Analysts mostly love FB stock because of its digital ad dominance. More 

Tuesday’s Vital Data: Facebook Inc (FB), T-Mobile US Inc (TMUS) and Tesla Motors Inc (TSLA)

Facebook (FB) options soar on Raymond James upgrade, T-Mobile (TMUS) up on merger chatter and Tesla (TSLA) to charge for supercharger stations. More 

Avoid Twilio Inc (TWLO) Stock Until It Hits This Price

Twilio's (TWLO) growth story still is interesting. But the chart? Not so much. If you still want to play Twilio stock, though, here's how. More 

Futuristic Facebook Inc (FB) Project Aims to Read Your Brain Waves

Facebook Inc (FB) is beginning work on a project that is designed to read your brain waves so you can communicate telepathically with others. More 

Why Facebook Inc’s Stock Target Was Raised (FB)

Facebook stock remains a favorite on Wall Street, and two firms just raised their target prices on FB stock. Here's a look at the details More 

3 Risks That Could Crater the Snapchat IPO

Sure, the Snapchat IPO will be red hot, but there are still risks. Here’s a look at three that could tank the offering. More 

Thursday Apple Rumors: AAPL May Be Working on Original TV Shows

Thursday's Apple Rumors include editing images on the iPad with verbal commands, AAPL joining the Department of Transportation and more. More 

It’s Not Too Late to Take a Bite out of Apple Inc. (AAPL) Stock

The debate will always linger on what's coming from Apple (AAPL). Meanwhile, take a shot at free profits using AAPL stock value as a bank. More 

Taco Bell Debuts Fried Chicken Taco Shell

Taco Bell, which is owned by Yum! Brands, Inc. (YUM), is introducing a fried chicken taco shell to customers on Jan. 26. More